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Albuquerque, NM Thanksgiving Potluck

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Please join us for our Annual Thanksgiving Potluck on Saturday, November 23 at noon at the North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center (directions below). This year it falls on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, so come and enjoy all the wonderful food - and get recipes and ideas for your own Thanksgiving meal!

This is the one event each year where we ask that you RSVP and let us know what you will be bringing so that we can ensure that there is a good mix of things to eat. When RSVP'ing, please have a couple of possibilities in mind of what you would be willing to bring so that we can fit you into the mix of items already spoken for. We also ask that each dish serve at least 6-8 people. ** Please contact Jan Siegrist at or 293-4148 to RSVP. (If you were at the October meeting and signed up to bring something already there is no need to RSVP again.) **

Also, as always, please bring your own table service (plate, bowl, silverware, napkin, beverage). Please bring a copy(s) of your recipe if your dish is homemade as others may have additional food sensitivities. If store-bought, be sure to bring the package.

Directions: From I-25 take Paseo del Norte EAST to Wyoming. Turn NORTH onto Wyoming Blvd. Turn WEST onto Carmel and turn NORTH into the parking lot of the Center. Please note that the highway interchange at I-25 and Paseo del Norte is under construction, please allow yourself extra time.

Renee Euler

Chairperson, Albuquerque Gluten Intolerance Support Group (CSA)


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